Friday, March 13, 2009

Investing in the Hidden Investment

'How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature, which interest him in the fortune of others, and render their happiness necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it except the pleasure of seeing it.'

Adam Smith (1723 - 1790), Scottish economist and philosopher.

Life's not all about the money.

Now after a nice backgrounder, here it is: the backbone of our pursuit.

The Hidden Investment Philosophy:

1) Life’s Not All About the Money

2) Investment: Think Resources – Money is Just One of Them

3) It’s All Under Our Noses: Tapping Our Vast Hidden Wealth

The Hidden Investment Goals:

A. Invest in Yourself as the Greatest Asset

B. Invest in Your Relationships and Family

C. Invest in Time as a valuable Resource

D. Invest in Sharing and Charity

E. Invest in Taking Care of What you Have

Hence, our Key Categories,

1. Your Greatest Asset: Yourself

2. Our Business Partners: Building Relationships

3. There’s Gold in the Hours

4. Sharing: Good Measure and Running Over

5. Making it Last: Effective Wealth Management

There we go, future articles for The Hidden Investment will flow from our key categories, and definitely, not limited by these basic five.

Let us join together in this common goal of detailing out how to put financial and material success in proper perspective and live life to the fullest.

No matter what happens with our financial investments, we know how to cope and systematically this time. We’ll have better chances in succeeding in life and enjoying it at all stages, starting now, when we put on a healthy attitude towards the accumulation of wealth, both material and non-material.

God bless us all in our awakening in the abundance of life and the healthy pursuit of it's meaning and truth.


1: Lush grass grows as if reaching for the sky
2: Abundance: Grapes ripe for the picking
3: Life's a miracle: The Namib Desert Flora